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List(s) this item appears in: New Arrivals - 2020 January
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599.938 Red 1997 Available T 19042
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Includes bibliographical references.

Evolutionary theory in archeological explanation / by C. Michael Barton & G.A. Clark -- The concept of evolution in early twentieth century Americanist archeology / by R. Lee Lyman & Michael J. O'Brien -- Why the muddle in the middle matters : the language of comparative and direct in hominid evolution / by John Gowlett -- Cognitive archeology, evolutionary psychology, and cultural transmission, with particular reference to religious ideas / by Steven Mithen -- Methodology of comparison in evolutionary archeology / by Hector Neff & Daniel O. Larson -- Content as variability, result as selection : toward a behavioral definition of technology / by Peter Bleed -- Technology, flaked stone technology, and risk / by Douglas B. Bamforth & Peter Bleed -- Stone tools, style, and social identity : an evolutionary perspective on the archeological record / by C. Michael Barton -- Seeking guidelines through an evolutionary approach : style revisited among the !Kung San (Ju/'Hoansi) of the 1990's / by Polly Wiessner -- Evolutionary implications of metrical variation in Great Basin projectile points / by Robert Bettinger & Jelmer Eerkens -- Transmission theory in the study of stone tools : a midwestern example / by Michael Shott -- Aspects of early hominid sociality : an evolutionary perspective / by Geoffrey A. Clark -- The mode and tempo of the initial human colonization of empty landmasses : Sahul and the Americas compared / by Esmée Webb & David Rindos -- Rational behavior, the adoption of agriculture, and the organization of subsistence during the late archaic period in the greater Tucson Basin / by Michael W. Diehl -- Conspicuous consumption as wasteful advertising : a Darwinian perspective on spatial patterns in classic Maya terminal monument dates / by Fraser Neiman -- Behavioral ecology and the archeological consequences of central place foraging among the Meriam / by Douglas W. Bird -- Rediscovering Darwin / by G.A. Clark & C. Michael Barton.

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